World Tokens, the Property of a North Country Collector

To be Sold on: 2nd October 2019

Estimate: £400 - £500

Jamaica, KINGSTON, George Brandon, advertising token, legend around location, rev. OBSERVE BRANDON’S SIGN, c. pre-date 1872, nickel, 23.5mm (Lyall 164; Prid. 134; Roehrs 1206). Nearly very fine, surface pitted, very rare £400-£500

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Jamaica, KINGSTON, George Brandon, advertising token, legend around location, rev. OBSERVE BRANDON’S SIGN, c. pre-date 1872, nickel, 23.5mm (Lyall 164; Prid. 134; Roehrs 1206). Nearly very fine, surface pitted, very rare £400-£500
Provenance: Bt. R. A. Brandon, 1984

George Manassah Brandon (1823-1872), a Jewish merchant who owned a business at 54 Harbour Street dealing in crockery.